Somewhere in a discussion I made mention of Vesa Video Cards. Well nothing wrong there except for the answer that I got from a 17 year old kid.
Apparently I not only couldn't Speil but I was confusing them all because Vista was a M$ OS that was in Development. It wasn't a Video Card type under any definition of the term.
PC only ever had 2 Slot Types on the M'Board for Daughter Cards these where ISA and PCI never had anything else and never developed anything else and never would. At the time PCI Express was only in very limited availability so I guess that didn't count as a M'Board Socket for a Daughter Card.
Not a real problem there as this kid had never know anything different but I was amassed at how others supported him in his Ignorance. So I must have been wrong and Never Ever used any of these things. I can not help but wonder what would have happened if I had of made mention of the non IDE HDD's.
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